Have You Seen Her?

Have You Seen Her?

by Chicki Brown

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Have You Seen Her? by Chicki Brown

If she'd stayed any longer, her husband would have killed her.

Frantic to escape his drug-induced brutality, wealthy socialite Marcia Hadley escapes Santa Barbara, California and flees to Atlantic City, New Jersey. She's sold everything she owns, rents a seedy inner city apartment and attempts to disappear as Dani Reynolds, cocktail waitress at Frenzy, a neighborhood nightclub.

Taylor Villanova, the club's sexy bi-racial bouncer recognizes her naiveté and volunteers to teach her about surviving in the "hood." Fearful and suspicious of men, Dani is at first repelled by Taylor's violent profession yet drawn to the compassionate nature that contradicts Taylor's macho persona. But when her well-laid plans go awry, and Dani discovers someone is following her, she must put her complete trust in him.

Her time is running out ...

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If she'd stayed any longer, her husband would have killed her.

Frantic to escape his drug-induced brutality, wealthy socialite Marcia Hadley escapes Santa Barbara, California and flees to Atlantic City, New Jersey. She's sold everything she owns, rents a seedy inner city apartment and attempts to disappear as Dani Reynolds, cocktail waitress at Frenzy, a neighborhood nightclub.

Taylor Villanova, the club's sexy bi-racial bouncer recognizes her naiveté and volunteers to teach her about surviving in the "hood." Fearful and suspicious of men, Dani is at first repelled by Taylor's violent profession yet drawn to the compassionate nature that contradicts Taylor's macho persona. But when her well-laid plans go awry, and Dani discovers someone is following her, she must put her complete trust in him.

Her time is running out ...

Product Details

BN ID: 2940012684158
Publisher: Chicki Brown
Publication date: 01/04/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Contemporary women’s fiction/romance author Chicki Brown has published five novels, four of which have made different Kindle bestseller lists. She is also a contributing author to the WG2E All-for-Indies Valentine’s Day Anthology.

An avid reader, her favorite authors are Beverly Jenkins, Eric Jerome Dickey, Lisa Kleypas, J.R. Ward and Suzanne Brockmann.

A New Jersey native, Brown and her family relocated to suburban Atlanta, Georgia in 1994, and she now proudly calls herself a “Georgia peach.”

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Have You Seen Her? 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Chicki Brown's Have You Seen Her is about a woman in an unhealthy relationship and what she does to find herself. Marcia Hadley, Santa Barbara, California socialite has been married for seven years to the heir of a family fortune, has the finest home, cars and clothes, yet that isn't enough to keep Marcia from leaving her husband. Have You Seen Her is an exciting and well-developed story that pulled me in and kept me reading. Ms. Brown has created a fascinating story with intriguing characters. You root for Marcia all the way until she finds true love with a man who not only appreciates her but treats her with respect and dignity. The romance is hot, the suspense keeps you on edge and Ms. Brown's prose are just beautiful. I look forward to seeing more from this author.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
In the spirit of October being Domestic Violence Awareness Month, I wanted to talk about a serious issue as well as give a review of a book that courageously deals with that issue. Domestic Abuse, unfortunately, plagues many households across the globe. However, I don’t really see how one could call a place where abuse is an accepted action a “house” or “home.” A home should be a safe haven, not a place from which you run. In “Have You Seen Her” Chicki Brown tells the story of Marcia Hadley—a well to do real estate agent. She had a luxurious home, a beautiful vehicle and lots of money. But none of those things held weight as long as she wasn’t safe. Her husband, Reggie, was a man who couldn’t keep his hands to himself. Marcia runs from her nice neighborhood and huge California residence to a small apartment in a seedy part of Atlantic City. She trades her car for cold hard cash and trades real estate for waiting tables. Yet, she never felt more alive and safe. That’s probably because of Taylor Villanova, a bouncer who abounds with interesting layers Marcia can’t wait to explore. But can she trust him? Can she truly feel secure in their future? Or will the past forever haunt her and keep her on the run? I truly enjoyed the novel even though it deals with an extremely touchy subject. I mean, I saw “What’s Love Got to Do With It” and disliked Laurence Fishburne’s Ike Turner for a long time afterwards. But we need literature like this because it points to a serious problem that must be solved. Men, and women for that matter, must realize that there is no love in hurting a spouse. Skin, soft and delicate, was made to be babied not battered. And hearts once opened should never be broken by assault and battery. So even though the subject was serious, I enjoyed the way Mrs. Brown weaved the story. The take home message was when it comes to marriage, keep your hands to yourself…unless you’re making love.
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My first book ever reading from this auther, and it wony be my last.
ALOVETT More than 1 year ago
"Great Writing". Have You Seen Her is a must read focusing on real life issues "Domestic Violence" please add it your reading list. Chicki Brown is a author that you want to recommend to all your friends
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Ur76Treasure More than 1 year ago
this was a great read. cant wait for more from this author
Shae_shae More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed reading it. It had a nice flow. It was a great book for the price.
Leslie Irvinf More than 1 year ago
Very good book dealing with the trails of domestic violence and one over coming.